Definition of skinder in English:

skinder

Line breaks: skin|der
Pronunciation: /ˈskənə
 
, ˈskɪnə/
(also skinner) South African informal

noun

[mass noun]
Gossip: we can catch up on the skinder
More example sentences
  • And that skinder or gossip accounts for a large part of his success as a writer.

verb

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Engage in gossip: he wondered what his wife and her friend were skindering about
More example sentences
  • What is immoral is stealing and being nasty to other people and skindering and seeking revenge for petty things and killing people and lots of other things.

Origin

from Afrikaans skinder 'to slander, gossip'.

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